June 2005 Farho Prayer Blog

June 27, 2005

We're on our way from Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire to Dakar, Senegal tomorrow, Tuesday June 28, 2005 at 3:45 PM GMT. Heavenly Father, give Mike, Sue and Joshua a safe and friendly trip. Thank you Lord for the international workers there that are welcoming them and helping them to get settled there. Give Mike and Sue wisdom as the seek out the people you have for them to mentor in Dakar. Lead Mike to the leaders of the Lebanese community. Give them God honoring relationships.

June 21, 2005

You prayed and Sue's headache went right away. The house is pretty clean now. So we have more time for visits to Lebanese. We have already seen so many that I can't even list all the names here. Everyone is very understanding of our short-term move to Dakar. Heavenly Father, make these days in Abidjan especially profitable for Your kingdom. Open hearts as never before. Give Mike and Sue encouraging words to share.

June 15, 2005

We made it to Abidjan. Thank you Heavenly Father for a problem free trip to Abidjan. Thank you for the great attitude that Josh had the entire trip. It was a joy to pass through the Abidjan airport with welcoming smiles and friendly comments from all the duty agents. Strengthen the Farhos as they clean all the dust, mold and mildew from their home. Dear Lord, heal Sue's sinus trouble and take her headache away.

June 7, 2005

We spoke to John Saturday. He was feeling better, with no fever that day. Heavenly Father, we ask you to heal John and allow his body to recover quickly from this "Mono" virus. Help Mike and Sue as they are concerned for John. Protect them from getting sick with Mono after their time with John. Strengthen Mike and Sue as they finish their year of Home Assignment in USA. Work out all the details as they depart from Omaha, NE on Sunday morning and arrive in Abidjan on Monday evening.

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